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    Does light slow down (relativistic) near a black hole?

    In a vacuum no, you are right. I was thinking about within the black hole itself, my mistake... I was thinking the black hole is all particles. All super cold particles that gets colder the heavier it gets and light in that is probably moving at a crawl. But we will never know for certain. If i...
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    Does light slow down (relativistic) near a black hole?

    Everyone says that light stays the same speed but i thought when molecules get extremely cold it becomes a Bose-Einstein Condensate. Light through a condensate slows down to the point where it is observable by humans. Black holes are calculated to be colder the bigger they are... Is it possible...
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